Fabio Cypriano

Fabio Cypriano has a PhD in Communication and Semiotics from PUC-SP, where he coordinates the course "Art: History, Criticism and Curatorship." A researcher in the History of Exhibitions, he is also an art critic for Folha de S. Paulo, a member of the editorial board of ARTE!Brasileiros and contributes to magazines such as Frieze, Flash Art International and Atlántica. He is the author of Pina Bausch (Cosac Naify, 2005) and has published various essays in academic journals and catalogues.

Clare Butcher

Clare Butcher is an art educator from Zimbabwe, who cooks. She is part of an education team for documenta 14, before which she led reading, writing, and research sessions at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, the Piet Zwart Institute's Masters of Education in Art & Design, and the University of Cape Town. She received an MFA from the School of Missing Studies (2015), a Masters in Curating the Archive from the University of Cape Town (2012), and she participated in the de Appel Curatorial Programme in 2008/09. Her collaborative and individual project include a.o. Men Are Easier to Manage Than Rivers (2015), The Autonomy Project (2010-12), If A Tree... on the Second Johannesburg Bienalle (2012).

Cayo Honorato

Goiânia, 1979

Cayo Honorato (Goiânia, 1979) is a professor of Theory and History of Visual Art Education at the Visual Art Department of the University of Brasília (UnB), Brazil. He has been mostly investigating the agencies of the publics and the cultural mediations between the arts and education, as well as the relationships between art, education and politics. He holds a PhD in Education from the University of São Paulo (2011).

Florencia Portocarrero

Lima, 1981

Florencia Portocarrero (Lima, 1981) is a researcher, writer and curator. She obtained her BA in Clinical Psychology at the Catholic University of Peru, where she also received her MA in Psychoanalytical Theory. During the 2012/2013 Portocarrero participated in de De Appel Curatorial Programme in Amsterdam and in 2015 she completed a MA in Contemporary Art Theory at Goldsmiths University in London, where she graduated with honors. Portocarrero regularly collaborates with contemporary art magazines, such as Artishock and Terremoto; and has contributed with her writings on art and culture in numerous publications. In Lima, she works as a Public Program Curator at Proyecto AMIL, and is a Co- Founder of Bisagra, one of the few independent art spaces in the city. Currently, Portocarrero is grant holder of KfW Stiftung's program 'Curators in Residence: Curating Connections' in collaboration with the DAAD Artists-in- Berlin Program.